Friday, 8 July 2016

Friday Linkubator Roundup

Busy summer? Here’s what you’ve missed in our neck of the…internet?Paint 2

On the site:

  • Check out the 970West Studio at Mesa County Libraries.
  • The Johnson County (KS) Library unveils their NEW MakerSpace!
  • An update from the Creative in Residence at the State Library of Queensland, Australia.
  • Have fun splashing puddles in the latest Book to Boogie!
  • Getting it out there: Putting art online.
  • Paint night at a library?
  • Check out the Reel Misfits Film Festival!

Around the web:

  • This crayon recycling program is enhancing arts programs in schools
  • Interview w/ the Chief Tech Officer of the British Library on massive digital preservation changes
  • Astronomers attempt to date a poem by Sappho using the stars!
  • Into mapping? Bookbinding? The Newberry Library has put about 400 photos from its Rand McNally collection online.
  • New PBS KIDS “Measure Up!” App Encourages Kids and Parents to Play and Learn Together
  • For anyone who ever wondered if the red you see is the same as someone else’s red: How your brain constructs reality 
  • YES. YES IT DOES. Study Says Making Art Reduces Stress, Even If You Kind Of Suck At It
  • THIS! Serial App Lets You Conquer the Classics in 10 Minutes a Day. Is anyone using it?
  • Hey, cool! A roundup of public radio podcasts/radio programs for kids

from Library as Incubator Project

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